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1 1. Thinking ahead to the November 2016 election, what would you say the chances are that you will vote in the election for U.S. President, Congress and other state offices - are you almost certain to vote, will you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or do you not think you will vote? Almost certain...71% Probably...17% % Will not vote...5% 2. On the whole, what are the most important issues facing the [Hispanic/Latino] community that you think Congress and the President should address? [RANDOMIZED, RECORD UP TO TWO] Passing comprehensive immigration reform...28% Combating terrorism and ISIS...22% Improving wages and incomes...18% Creating more jobs...17% Lowering the costs of health care...15% Lowering taxes...14% Improving K-12 education and schools...13% Lowering the cost of college...11% Criminal justice and police reform...10% Putting an end to racist comments about Latinos...9% Creating more affordable housing...9% Combating climate change and pollution...5% Getting rid of special interests in government...5% Protecting women s reproductive health...3% Something else...1% For each of the names below, please indicate whether you have heard of the person, and if your impression is very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable. If you have no opinion, or have never heard of the person, that is fine. 3. President Barack Obama Very favorable...41% Somewhat favorable...31% Somewhat unfavorable...10% Very unfavorable...13% TOTAL FAVORABLE...72% TOTAL UNFAVORABLE...23% No opinion...5% Never heard...1% 1

2 4. Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton 5. Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump 6. Democrats in Congress 7. Republicans in Congress Very favorable...33% Somewhat favorable...34% Somewhat unfavorable...11% Very unfavorable...18% TOTAL FAVORABLE...67% TOTAL UNFAVORABLE...29% No opinion...3% Never heard...1% Very favorable...7% Somewhat favorable...11% Somewhat unfavorable...13% Very unfavorable...64% TOTAL FAVORABLE...18% TOTAL UNFAVORABLE...77% No opinion...3% Never heard...2% Very favorable...26% Somewhat favorable...36% Somewhat unfavorable...17% Very unfavorable...12% TOTAL FAVORABLE...61% TOTAL UNFAVORABLE...29% No opinion...8% Never heard...2% Very favorable...8% Somewhat favorable...14% Somewhat unfavorable...28% Very unfavorable...42% TOTAL FAVORABLE...19% TOTAL UNFAVORABLE...70% No opinion...8% Never heard...2% 2

3 8. Thinking about the upcoming Congressional elections for U.S. House of Representatives, do you plan to vote for the [ROTATE: Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate]? Will vote Democrat...53% Undecided but likely to support Democrat...16% Will vote Republican...11% Undecided but likely to support Republican...8% TOTAL DEMOCRAT...69% TOTAL REPUBLICAN...20% Undecided / Don t know...11% 9. If the Presidential election was held today would you vote for [ROTATE: Republican Donald Trump / Democrat Hillary Clinton] or someone else? Please indicate if you are certain you will support, could change your mind or are undecided but likely to vote for the candidate. Trump certain...12% Trump could change...3% Undecided but likely Trump...2% Clinton certain...56% Clinton could change...10% Undecided but likely Clinton...8% TOTAL TRUMP...16% TOTAL CLINTON...73% Someone else...3% Undecided/don t know...7% 10. Compared to the 2012 presidential election, would you say you are MORE enthusiastic about voting this year in 2016, or that you were more enthusiastic about voting back in 2012? More enthusiastic in % More enthusiastic in % No difference / same level...18% 11. Thinking about the future of our economy, which party do you trust more to make the right decisions and improve our economic conditions? Would you say you have more confidence in (rotate) Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, or Donald Trump and the Republicans? Clinton and Democrats...69% Trump and Republicans...17% Neither...14% 3

4 12. How important is what the candidates say about immigrants and immigration issues to your vote? Is it extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not that important, or not important at all? Extremely important...43% Very important...35% Somewhat important...15% Not that important...4% Not important at all...3% 13. Recently Donald Trump said he wants to create a special deportation force inside homeland security that will work with local, state, and federal police to identify and immediately remove up to 6 million undocumented immigrants on day one if he is elected President. Does this make you more likely to consider voting for Trump or less likely to consider voting for Trump. More likely vote for Trump...18% Less likely vote for Trump...66% Don t know...16% 14. Recently Hillary Clinton said comprehensive immigration reform strengthens families, strengthens our economy, and strengths our country, and that we can t wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship. Does this make you more likely to consider voting for Clinton or less likely to consider voting for Clinton. More likely vote for Clinton...69% Less likely vote for Clinton...20% Don t know...11% 15. Would you say the Democratic Party is currently doing a good job of reaching out to Hispanic/Latinos, that they don't care too much about Hispanic/Latinos, or that they are being hostile towards Hispanic/Latinos? Doing a good job...51% Don t care too much...30% Being hostile...6% Don t know...13% 16. Would you say the Republican Party is currently doing a good job of reaching out to Hispanic/Latinos, that they don't care too much about Hispanic/Latinos, or that they are being hostile towards Hispanic/Latinos? Doing a good job...15% Don t care too much...28% Being hostile...44% Don t know...13% 4

5 17. So far in this election, has anyone from a political party, campaign or any other organization contacted you and asked you to register or vote? Either by knocking on your door, calling you, sending you something in the mail, by or text, or while you were out in the community? 18. [IF Q17=YES] And who was it that contacted you? Was it Yes, I have been contacted...38% No, I have not been contacted...62% Someone from the Democratic side...57% Someone from the Republican side...22% Someone from a non-partisan org...20% Don t really know...10% 19. How important do you think it is that you and people in your community get out to vote in 2016? Very important...83% Somewhat important...11% Not that important...2% Not important at all...1% Don t Know...3% TOTAL IMPORTANT...94% TOTAL UNIMPORTANT...3% Please indicate if you agree or disagree with each statement below: 20a. Donald Trump s statements about immigrants and Hispanics/Latinos are racist (Week 1) Strongly agree...50% Somewhat agree...22% Somewhat disagree...12% Strongly disagree...16% TOTAL AGREE...72% TOTAL DISAGREE...28% 20b. Hillary Clinton s statements about immigrants and Hispanics/Latinos are racist (Week 3) Strongly agree...14% Somewhat agree...17% Somewhat disagree...34% Strongly disagree...35% TOTAL AGREE...31% TOTAL DISAGREE...69% 5

6 21. Donald Trump will bring the kind of change that we need in Washington 22. Hillary Clinton has the right experience to be President 23a. Donald Trump is not trustworthy (Week 3) 23b. Hillary Clinton is not trustworthy (Week 1) Strongly agree...12% Somewhat agree...16% Somewhat disagree...16% Strongly disagree...56% TOTAL AGREE...28% TOTAL DISAGREE...72% Strongly agree...48% Somewhat agree...31% Somewhat disagree...7% Strongly disagree...14% TOTAL AGREE...78% TOTAL DISAGREE...22% Strongly agree...50% Somewhat agree...16% Somewhat disagree...14% Strongly disagree...19% TOTAL AGREE...67% TOTAL DISAGREE...33% Strongly agree...27% Somewhat agree...23% Somewhat disagree...24% Strongly disagree...26% TOTAL AGREE...50% TOTAL DISAGREE...50% 24. Hillary Clinton truly cares about the Hispanic/Latino community Strongly agree...34% Somewhat agree...41% Somewhat disagree...15% Strongly disagree...11% TOTAL AGREE...75% TOTAL DISAGREE...25% 6

7 25. Donald Trump truly cares about the Hispanic/Latino community Strongly agree...9% Somewhat agree...12% Somewhat disagree...19% Strongly disagree...60% TOTAL AGREE...21% TOTAL DISAGREE...79% 26. Thinking about the future of U.S.-Latin American relations, which candidate do you trust more to strengthen relations between the U.S. and Latin America, [rotate] Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? (Week 2) Hilary Clinton...71% Donald Trump...9% Neither...14% Don t know...5% 27. Thinking about the upcoming debate between [rotate] Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, who do you think will be the more convincing debater? (Week 2) Hillary Clinton...63% Donald Trump...16% Neither (VOL)...10% Don t know...11% 28. Which candidate do you trust more to keep Americans safe from domestic and international terrorism [rotate] Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? (Week 3) Hillary Clinton...68% Donald Trump...11% Neither (VOL)...15% Don t know...6% 29. Based on what you heard or saw about the presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, who do you think did a better job at convincing the American people they should be the next President? (Week 3) Hillary Clinton...78% Donald Trump...9% Neither (VOL)...9% Don t know...3% 7

8 30. During the first presidential debate Donald Trump stated both: and "We have a situation where we have our inner cities, African Americans, Hispanics are living in hell because it s so dangerous. You walk down the street, you get shot." "We have gangs roving the street. In many cases they're illegally here, illegal immigrants, they have guns and they shoot people." Do these statements make you more favorable or less favorable towards Donald Trump? More favorable...18% Less favorable...56% Neither (VOL)...19% DK/RF... 7% Methodology Latino Decisions interviewed a total of 250 Latino registered voters between September 25-October 1, 2016, as the third wave of an eight week tracking poll on behalf of NALEO Educational Fund and Noticias Telemundo. The tracking poll will subsequently add a fresh cross-section of 250 new interviews each week that are combined with the most recent n=250 from the previous week, as is standard practice in tracking surveys. The week 2 tracking poll reports results for n=500 Latino registered voters nationwide, weighted to match the most recent Census estimates for Latino voters and has an overall credibility interval of +/- 4.4%. Latino registered voters nationwide are randomly selected from online panels to be interviewed in English or Spanish, at the respondents discretion. Demographic and state distributions are weighted to match the most recent Census estimates for Latino registered voters. The poll was directed by Adrian Pantoja and David Ayón, senior analysts at Latino Decisions. 8

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